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to get by carl edwards in the 99. >> i heard carl's team say he had to pit with about 10 to go so that's about 12 more laps. >> if we don't see somebody run out of patience and turn somebody around. >> yeah, that or, you know, we're getting in a longer run here. we had that opportunity for -- we talked about melting the bead of the tire. getting on the brakes too much. junior's getting ready to go down a lap again. they're going to stay out as long as they possibly can, see if they get that caution they need. >> we're live in the closing laps at richmond, virginia, tonight. ththrace to the chase kind of looking like it did when the night started. it's been very eventful. tony stewart in position to grab himself a place in the championship as is dale earnhardt jr. keselowski and hamlin in position for the wild cards. we have 20 laps to go. >> if you'd told me dale jr. was going to make 15 pit stops on the night and stayayn the top ten, i'd have laughed at you but that's kindf of what happened here. >> for that matter, denny hamlin too, ght? he's made 17 pit stops on night. hamlin involv
and, of course, i got to have the personal tour from carl and his wonderful staff to see all the different products and all the work has not only trading, but is the part of the way so many other companies are doing business, and we had a chance to talk this morning about all the different hospitals, the medical field, and the seismic retrofit requirements. all of the contractors and major engineering firms are using the very product you see here to be able to model their buildings. clearly, without that modern technology, you cannot see how some of these things can be sequenced with the great savings that are inherent in using 3-d dimensional looks at the way everything from hdc to architectural drawings actually fit in with all the different skill sets. being your former dpw director [inaudible] [laughter] i told carl in the last four months since we were last year, i brought about three different visitors to san francisco right down here to take a look, and each of them came back. "what a wonderful place. i want to go back to the museum and see this great technology." ever
poll. all three of the candidates in a dead heat with the margin of error. carl cameron is in boston. boston. that must be quite a place. the former governor romney holding steady. >>carl: we are not talking about the red sox. >>shepard: we are. we are. >>carl: we will get you next year. if you look at the poll between the republican frontrunners you can see the math. rick perry dropped ten points and herman cain gains ten points and romney is the frontrunner. romney's drop, precipitous and surprising comes after he lackluster debate performances as a disappointing set back in the state of the union possibility last week so romney now is the front runner again. he has the most money in the bank and will lead the competition at the end of the quarter, and he has the best organization or at least that is what he claims based on running for president, now, for the better part of five years. for rick perry, it is a disappointment and set back and he will stay the course, and he suggested that his use of the phrase, or saying that people have no heart, if they disagree with him on illegal
to tell this story? >> this guy was my fantastic, magnet, bossy, difficult, older brother carl. he was the red state to my blue state. all you have to understand to know about how complicated and difficult this relationship was my first memory of my brother was with when he sail me out a window when i was 2 years old and in the san antonio emergency room with a cut on my eye brow. he gave me the gift of a hard head. he went from there to being the youngest member of the john berk society and coming into my room to smash my joan biaz records because she was on the list. he was complicated, but saying all of that he was mysterious. he grew up to be a trial lawyer turned apple orchardist. part of the madening sibling thing was understanding the control freak nature that my brother had. for example, every year he would send me a box of fruit. the fruit he grew in his gorgeous orchards in washington state. the fruit came with the carl tax where you would get 25 telephone calls before the fruit came, such as, fruit is coming next week, are you going to be home? this is said in a texas ac
have been treated very fairly with the eviction. we have been associated with carl and have taken the tenants to carl on that we are, as has been stated, really a great group of people there creating jobs, making jobs for san francisco and the community and at large, we are doing a really good job and we would like to stay there. i'm a general contractor, like i said. i can repair everything on the list within a month easily and pay for it. so i would plead our case to stay and continue giving revenue to the port and the city of san francisco. with us leaving the pier in their 25-day notice to depart, the city is going to lose a significant amount of money due to our departure and rent loss. then the pier is going to sit, from what we hear, from two to three days while these minor repairs are taking place while it degradates as does the pier beside it. the waterfront is the gem of the city and needs to be taken care of. we're there to take care of it, run it and help the economy of san francisco. thank you very much. president chiu: thank you, next speaker. >> good >> good afterno
with carl, he is the operations manager for solar city. we decided to take a little break from the cls room to so we could see some of the solar panels in action. carl, how are you? >> very well. nice to meet you. >> how do you like the weather? >> not too bad. >> kind of sunny. how does that impact our solar panels when we have lots of sun versus fog which we are typically accustomed to in san francisco? >> well, contrary to popular belief, solar panels will produce electricity when it's foggy out. how much depends on the density of the fog. on a day like today it's hazy for typical san francisco weather. on a day like talking, you can expect 80% of your what would be your full production on a clear sunny day. >> so if i were thinking about getting solar panels and i lived in san francisco and i was worried about haze versus full sun and how that will impact what jets yated, are there any tools or tricks that i can use to determine what the production is going to be like? >> the first thing you need to do is look at what available area do you have. typically most residential systems gone
? guys, it's demonstration time. let's blow carl's mind. okay, let's say i'm your insurance deductible. every year you don't have an accident, $100 vanishes. the next year, another $100. where am i going, carl ? the next year... that was weird. but awesome ! ♪ nationwide is on your side >>> we've been talking a lot this past week about satellite pieces falling top earth. we've since learned that overnight many of those pieces did come to earth. bonnie schneider in the weather center to tell us where they think they may have fallen. >> it's interesting. they're not quite sure. we may never know. we have a general idea of the possibility of where the satellite was orbiting and where the mid point of possibility is here in the north pacific in an altitude of 10 kilometers where we anticipate the entry point was. it's interesting to note 8 kilometers is when diss disintegration happened. a bit of debris continues -- you can see obviously it gets more as it comes down. remember that on average satellite -- one satellite re-entry occurs every day. these are smaller. it didn't get as much a
salvatore fiumefreddo christina donovan flannery eileen flecha andre g. fletcher carl m. flickinger john joseph florio joseph walken flounders >> i read it today on behalf of my brother, patrick, and my cousins, thomas collins, and of other firefighters. >> and for my father. my little sister turns 20 today and daddy would be so proud of you. david fodor michael n. fodor stephen mark fogel thomas foley david j. fontana chih min foo godwin forde donald a. foreman christopher hugh forsythe claudia alicia foster noel john foster sandra n. foster ana fosteris robert joseph foti jeffrey fox virginia fox >> dennis michael edwards. >> and my beautiful daughter and her beloved husband, peter. rest in peace, my beloved. pauline francis virgin francis gary jay frank morton h. frank peter christopher frank colleen l. frasier richard k. fraser kevin j. frawley clyde frazier, jr. lillian inez frederick andrew fredricks tamitha freeman brett owen freiman peter l. freund arlene eva fried alan wayne friedlander andrew keith friedman >> and my husband, jack, who proudly serve our city for 32 years. we al
's demonstration time. let's blow carl's mind. okay, let's say i'm your insurance deductle. every year you don't have an accident, $100 vanishes. the next year, another $100. where am i going, carl ? the next year... that was weird. but awesome ! ♪ nationwide is on your side >> 1988 rain man was number one at the box office. ronald reagan was president. dr. aq kahn. he was also selling nuclear plans as well as offering a shocking away of missile technology and weapons. pakistan under general was happy to encourage. >> he continued to support aq kahn to protect him from american and your pee an pressure. he died when his plane went down in pakistan. all 31 passengers and crew perished. three months later the daughter of zakar the man he hanged was elected pakistan's president. >> she also developed a relationship with kahn even though publicly she often tried to make out that the army kept her well away from nuclear secrets. >> kahn thrived and a nuclear pakistan was born on the 28th of may 1988 and five nuclear bombs were dead nated. kahn was every where promoting technology. he put himself
southerner newt gingrich. chief political correspondent carl cameron looks at some of the reasons why. >> reporter: it's tough to break out of the second tier of any presidential race but particularly a presidential contest that takes staffers and money to compete against the front running campaign. but businessman herman cain and former house speaker newt gingrich both reached double digits in the fox poll. cain at 17% is in a virtual three-way tie with mitt romney and rick perry, whose debate performances and policies turned off some conservatives. >> that dog won't hunt. >> reporter: cain began with an upset florida straw poll win last week. aides say hundreds of thousands poured in online every day to make it the best week ever. but cain's organization is still tiny compared to perry and romney. aides say cain's interviewing to hire experienced rundraiser as well as other staffers. new florida poll puts cain in second to romney and ahead of perry in the sunshine state. momentum registered in hollywood. cain will appear on "tonight show" with jay leno friday night and has a book co
: carl, good morning. though investigators have yet to unearth bones they say there is a 50/50 chance they have found the remains of missing mom susan powell. search teams with cadaver dogs and atvs made the discovery in the utah desert -- a shallow grave that investigators say was recently disturbed. but after a day of digging through the site, investigators say they have found no human bones, no body fragments, no clothing. still, police say two different sets of cadaver dogs have hit on something. >> they are smelling something. it's human decomposition. it could be coming from blood, could be coming from tissue, could be coming from bones, any variety of different sources, but it is human decomposition, human remains. >> reporter: this week's discovery comes 30 miles from where susan's husband, josh powell, told police he took their children camping overnight in a snowstorm the night susan vanished. while josh has denied any involvement in his wife's disappearance, police say he won't cooperate with investigators and remains the only person of interest. >> it's taken them a while
. >> jack charles perrin. >> joshua podcaster in. >> richard avery aaron. >> carl francis. >> michael edwards asher. thomas j. ashton. >> greg. cheryl thomas. lewis s. junior >> my dad. >> and my sister, melissa white. we love you and we miss you and we will never forget you. >> andrew baily. sharon. michael andrew bain. >> walter perrin. >> gerard a barbara. >> james r. william barr bela. >> i am here to date in honor of my father and port authority employee. >> my uncle and godfather, a firefighter at matthew barnes. >> david michael. >> melissa barnes. evan j. barron. >> scott d. bart. my father, kenneth wm. >> stephen l. joseph bates. and my brother jackson baxter, we love you, you will never be forgotten. >> paul james. >> w. david bower. >> mark lawrence davis. >> jasper baxter. >> lorraine bay. >> thank you for your courage, todd beamer. let's roll. >> lawrence ira beck. >> maria a. bair. it is an honor to say my brother's name. christopher edmund. his sparkling blue eyes is greatly missed and deeply loved every single day. >> my father, we love you, you are my hero. >> debbie
and governor perry is planning to hold his own townhall this weekend. campaign carl cameron is in new hampshire outside the capital of concord. former governor romney is boating up on president obama for stimulus bombing but governor perry is going after romney for flip flip-flopping, right? >>carl: but they are cutting up each other over inconsistencies and rick perry has been attacking mitt romney for suggesting in the book at one point in one small portion that the obama stimulus would accelerate the economic recovery. but that wasn't all that romney said in the book. romney was a critic of the obama stimulus elsewhere. and, certainly in the rhetoric at the time. and romney is suggesting in the web video rick perry is lying, and aides have said that rick perry has trouble with the truth. and we had an opportunity to speak to the governor, former governor of massachusetts, romney himself, a short time ago and he did not call him a "liar," but he was close. listen to this. >> mr. perry has a hard time getting his story straight, proving it talking about tarp or hillary care or reasons for putt
. carl, we've got a bad con flew once of events -- confluence of events what do you make of them? i think we have a lot of problems. >> i think europe is major problem. you may have ups and downs, [ unintelligible ] >> neil: carl, you have been involved in so many take over battles with companies and they put out official statements to try to say, we are doing fine this guy has nothing on us. when i hear europeans, central bank officials in this case international monetary fund officials saying, this issue about whether the banks in europe are under capitalizeed is not nearly as bad as it has been reported. i begin to wonder whether there 5 just trying to get ahead of -- they are just trying to get ahead of a crisis and calm people down. >> they don't want to criticize. [ unintelligible ] over 50 trillion in assets and liabilities is a problem when you look at our gdp and look at theirs it is similar. you have a major problem, you have to look at -- [ inaudible ] they have a lot of assets that are loans from the government. the problem you have is that has to be paid back. [ unintelligibl
and we have carl in orlando. social security and everything else is the issue, carl. >>carl: it is getting closer. no question. polling data in florida is suggesting that perry and romney are close if not tied and similar surveys in south carolina, and this have not been a lot polls in iowa or new hampshire because michele bachmann has tailed off and it is believed that romney and rick perry are close, they have been battling over social security since rick perry joined the race and particularly since he joined the first debate. he will have the first fox debate debut appearance tomorrow, rick perry, and he can expect mitt romney to come after him on social security and perry is fed up suggesting it is a ponzi scheme, a failure and unconstitutional and should be devolved or have the power of social security sent back to the states and romney went after perry for that saying it was not practical. an area which romney and the rest of the republican field will go after perry and that is immigration. this is rick perry in miami. >> governor perry opposed defense, and were oppose
, state employees, yes. members of the florida legislature, no. apparently. the great carl hiasen is here for the interview. >>> today the great state of >>> today the great state of south carolina began leading america out of our long national funk. south carolina is leading by example and by the force of its paul meadow will. from charleston, long creek, from beaufort to columbia to greenville, every day is going to be a great day. a dogon great day every day and don't you forget it. from now on by order of south carolina governor nikki haley, m or any of the other fine south carolina agencies you might call for any reason will be answered by someone saying, by gubernatorial mandate, and i quote, "it's a great day in south carolina." not hello. you have to answer the day by saying "it's a great day in south carolina." order of the governor. governor is a rookie republican elected last year on a small government business-friendly platform. she says she needs all the positivity she can get in south carolina. this month at a local rotary club she repeated a story she said she's told a mill
's demonstration time. let's blow carl's mind. okay, let's say i'm your insurance deductible. every year you don't have an accident, $100 vanishes. the next year, another $100. where am i going, carl ? the next year... that was weird. but awesome ! ♪ nationwide is on your side >>> at the united nations today, a defiant public demand for palestinian statehood and an urgent private effort by the united states and others to get some semblance of a peace process restarted. and quickly. the push for statehood by the palestinian president authority, president mahmoud abbas, came despite appeals from the obama administration that he give diplomacy more time. >> translator: i do not believe anyone with a shred of conscience can reject our application for a full membership in the united nations and our admission as an independent state. >> that palestinian request is vehemently opposed by israel and prime minister benjamin netanyahu told the general assembly that granting statehood now would be a statehood, not progress. >> israel is prepared to have a palestinian state in the west bank, but we're not
to former ray, thanks for staying loyal to tampa, buddy. >> that was a fitting end to carl crawford's terrible season in baseball. "morning joe" starts right now. >>> here comes crawford, can't make the catch, the throw to the plate will be off the mark! and the orioles walk off with the win. the red sox lose in a crucial 162nd game of the year! >> deep to left field, it is a home run! a home run! the rays are going to the playoffs. a walk-off home run by evan longoria, right down the line, inside the foul ball, and the rays win 8-7! >> alas, there is no joy in redville for the mighty casey struck out. and carl crawford, he just out and out sucks. >> holy cow, willie geist. >> can we trade him yet? >> we're going to. no, i think, they will, especially after last night, missing a catch that most baseball players in the s.e.c. would've made. i'm serious. welcome to "morning joe," i'm joe scarborough, visibly anguished who stayed up until 11:17 last night to see without a doubt, and mike barnicle and i after we got past the funeral march music both agreed, barnicle was down in baltimor
will go on to win the florida primary on the gop nomination. chief correspondent carl cameron is live in orlando. we're waiting on the straw poll results with carl. carl, set the scene for us. >> reporter: the actual balloting has begun now and they are here and they are making their final decisions. many candidates did speak at the straw poll event but the two front runners left florida earlier, romney and per ri are in michigan on mackinaw island but before rick perry departed the sunshine state he spoke to a prayer breakfast of republican activists and made it clear thesis there has to be a kind of candidate not necessarily skilled in debating but firm in his conviction, casting himself as such one. listen to this. >> americans are looking for in a candidate, they are looking for an authentic principled leader. [ applause ] >> think about it. you have seen what happens when our country chooses leaders who emphasize words over deeds. >> . >> reporer: as i said earlier, a number of candidates had an opportunity to speak today. each of them making their pitch why they belong in the ov
to speak. once again, forgive me if i am mispronouncing a name. janine. lapeta. thank you. carl. julie so -- soux. bart murphy. guadaloupe, and manava. forgive me if i am pronouncing these names wrong. line up, and you have two minutes. next speaker. >> thank you. good evening, everyone. i am from the human rights commission, and we are happy to say that we are taking all complaints and reworking santh city issues right now. so if you have any issues, either have been discriminated against or know someone who has an issue about the city of san francisco not respecting the sanctuary ordinance, come to us. we can take complaints there by phone, e-mail or mail, whatever is easiest for you. i am going to leave some forms over there, so if anyone wants to talk to us about problems, they can do it. also, they can visit our website. just a few things about it. we respect your confidentiality status, which means i am not going to ask you whether you are current or not. we are not even going to ask you about your name if you don't want to give it. it is a completely confidential process. it is goi
. carl wilson was next. lorri lindsay. >> thank you for making time to hear my case today and that of my neighbor. i am carl wilson. to tell you what i'll be speaking about, this is the permit holder, appeal no. 11. this report -- this is regarding property 1731. before i go into my thoughts on this -- 20 years of nonprofit work, i worked in the state of texas jail system -- and i have an understanding of people coming out of prison, and some of their needs. i walked in the door to the 13th street project. after i filed my appeal, it was not until last night at 10:30 that i got this response. i have not had a chance to look at it in the depth and would like to. but i would like to speak to the fact that this facility has been deemed as housing. we know there has been a lot of discussion about that. but the issue is that i live next door. where i want to speak to the situation is that by moving this into group housing, and creating housing for 57 individuals coming out of prison, i am very concerned about the safety of our community, and having worked in alternative incarceration and tran
: carl anthony, let me let you listen to one last piece with jackie kennedy. we heard about the cuban missile crisis. this is about the bay of pigs. >> i remember so well that that happened, whatever the a was, it was in the morning. he came back to the white house. he started to cry. but just with maine, he put his head in his hands and wept. i have only seen him cry about three times. twice the winter he was sick, but tears would roll down his cheek. and then that time. and then when patrick, when we came back from the hospital, and he walked in one morning about 8:00 in my room, he stopped and put his arms around it. and it was so sad, because all of his dreams, and for this awful thing to happen, and he cared so much. he did not care about is 100 days, but for this poor man. with all the hopes and promises, and they were shot down like adults. he cared so much about them. host: in our remaining minute, what did you take away from that and the 7.5 hours that you listen to overnight? guest: what is fascinating with jackie kennedy, even the president kennedy sought to have a barrier
and we have been doing very well. i know carl would be the first to call up and he hasn't been calling up. >> we have kind of pushed the limits. next week we are installing machinery in order to showcase the capabilities of the manufacturing technology. we have had to work with the city to get those things approved. even as we change the exhibits, as of yesterday there was one of the things that was in here we brought in a concept car from daimler in there now. and just the idea of we have had to remove the windows and had a crane and working with the city on things like that and it is a big deal and if we didn't get the cooperation it would be much more difficult to do but we have had great cooperation from the city. >> [inaudible]. >> we talked to the mayor about moving the zones. >> my view is that creation of really high paying jobs all around san francisco would be a good idea. and while i understand why it started it one part of the city, i think creative jobs should been couraged all over the city -- should be encouraged all over the city. carl is many, among many others who are en
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